Kwezi Ndlovu is a South African-born and bred actress who is one of the well-known faces in the South African film and television industry. The beautiful, dark-skinned actress is 29 years old and appears to be enjoying the prime of her youthful years.
Kwezi Ndlovu is recognized by many South African movies, and TV shows lovers as the actress who plays the role of Vivian in the canceled Mzansi network TV series known as Isithembiso. The actress also has many movies and TV shows credited to her name. This article will give the public a more concise look at Kwezi Ndlovu’s life and career.
Kwezi Ndlovu Is 29 Years Old
Kwezi Ndlovu was born on July 28, 1993, in Clermont, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, making the delectable actress 29 years old. Her sun sign is Leo, and she belongs to the Black African ethnic group, the majority ethnic group in South Africa, with over eighty percent of the country’s citizens belonging to that particular race.
Kwezi Ndlovu’s birth status confers on her the rights, responsibilities, and privileges of a South African citizen. The actress is a woman who likes to keep her counsel, and that predisposition to privacy has meant that there is no sufficient information regarding her birth family members, including the identity of her parents and what they did or do for a living.
The same goes for Ndlovu’s siblings, who she mentioned when thanking her father on Instagram for taking care of them in a father’s day celebration post she made. Kwezi Ndlovu’s formal education background history does not reveal the institution where she had her basic and primary school education. The actress, however, has a Facebook page that explicitly states that she had her high school education at Pinetown Girls High School, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
Acting for Kwezi Ndlovu is an acquired taste, one she reportedly acquired during her high school years. Kwezi, who had spent her formative years in KwaZulu Natal, also attended the University of KwaZulu Natal for her higher studies. She reportedly left home at the age of 16 to pursue her newfound passion for acting in Johannesburg, and almost a decade and a half later, that decision to leave has paid relatively satisfying dividends.
Kwezi Ndlovu Is Best Recognized For Her Role In Isithembiso
Kwezi Ndlovu’s first appearance as an actress came when she was cast in the role of Vivian in the Mzansi Magic series known as Isithembiso. Her performance in the series made everyone sit up and take notice of the new actress on the soap opera scene.
Before that, Kwezi Ndlovu had to experience the highs and the lows of being an unknown actress. When she arrived in the big city, she was propelled by the adrenaline and excitement of finally pursuing her dreams of being an actress. She took that enthusiasm into her auditions and gave it her all.
She got a real dose of reality when she got rejected time and again and had to survive some other way for a relatively long time. However, credit, where it is due as the actress’ desire and passion completely, overrode the disappointments of failed and unsuccessful auditions.
All the blood, sweat, and tears she repeatedly poured into her auditions eventually bore fruit as she was cast to play the role of Vivian in Isithembiso in 2017. She returned to reprise her role in seasons 2 and 3 of the show in 2018 and 2019, respectively.
Kwezi’s performance as Vivian invariably opened the gates for more acting roles and responsibilities. Her next on-screen project saw the KwaZulu Natal native get contracted to play the role of a younger MaMngadi in the Mzansi Magic supernatural drama series known as The Herd.
Like her performance in Isithembiso, Kwezi Ndlovu’s superb interpretation of the role she was given convinced the show’s runners to keep her on for the next season of the show. The beautiful actress then starred as a guest star when she was cast as Pretty Girl in Isibaya. Kwezi Ndlovu’s acting journey has seen her appear in a modest number of TV series, including Rockville, a role she found out she had after it was announced in March 2021.
Kwezi Ndlovu’s big chance as a lead actress came after she was cast to play the role of Thuli Ngubane in the second season of the Mzansi Magic drama series known to many South African TV series lovers as Housekeepers. Below is a comprehensive list of Kwezi Ndlovu’s filmography.
- Housekeepers as Thuli Ngubane
- Isibaya as Pretty Girl
- Isithembiso as Vivian
- Rockville as Stellina
- The Herd as Young MaMngadi
- Umkhokha as Nobuntu
Kwezi Ndlovu’s career as an actress has been running for about 5 years now, but the talented actress has made so much progress and taken on challenging projects with the ease of a seasoned veteran.
Beyond acting, Kwezi Ndlovu has found other ways to be influential and make money. The actress from KwaZulu Natal is also a brand ambassador who currently works with many brands in and around the country. She recently signed a long-term, lucrative contract to become a brand ambassador for the car manufacturing giant known as Nissan.
As of 2022, Kwezi’s efforts as an actress and a brand ambassador have helped her acquire a level of financial comfort as she reportedly has a net worth which is estimated to be between $100k to $250k. This figure will surely increase as the actress goes further in her career and adequately invests her income in other money-spinning endeavors.
Kwezi Ndlovu Is Single
At least that is what the nearly 30 years old’s Facebook profile says. Her fans are, however, hesitant to go along with that as she shares a relative attention-grabbing amount of actor Hamilton Dhlamini’s pictures on her Instagram handle and other social media platforms.
This has led to the rumor that Kwezi Ndlovu and the actor are in a romantic relationship. Neither Kwezi nor Hamilton have come out to deny or confirm the rumors about their supposed relationship with each other. This has further intensified the rumors about them.